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Larger Breasts?

Hey ladies! I'm 24 weeks pregnant and i really don't feel like my breasts have gotten any bigger. Many articles mention breast enlargement like it should be obvious. Does anyone else feel this way? Should i talk to my dr. about this?
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It's completely normal. This is my fourth pregnancy and the only one were my breasts have noticeably grown. I didn't gain a cup size with the first three until my milk came in. This time I've already grown 2 cup sizes.
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This is my fourth too and my breast are 2 cup sizes bigger also but I love it!!!!! :-) I'm normally a 36C now I'm a DD cup. Wish I can keep them forever!!!! But I know they will go back to normal eventually :-(
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I was a 36 DD but my only my band size changed. I'm a 38 now. My cup size hasn't grown at all, I've heard it can happen more after your milk comes in. Don't worry I feel the same too!
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I wish mine didn't get so big :/ its all my husband talks about.. I've gone up almost 2 cup sizes and I'm 22 weeks. Hoping they don't get much bigger.
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For me mone only went up one size, but a few months before I got pregnant I had been working out a lot and finally went down to a 36 DD, so when mine went right back to a DDD it didn't surprise me at all, but at 24 weeks mine have only gotten a little more full than normal
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Thanks ladies! I guess I'll just have to wait until the later weeks. I read that some moms don't produce milk and i figured the lack of breast enlargement was a sign of that. I'm a FTM so i find myself reading a lot of articles lol
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Mine are the same as normal. 38DD. Starting to wonder if I'm going to have problems feeding since there has been no change.
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